Visual Studio 2012 Launch | Sogeti

It was great to be part of the Visual Studio 2012 launch. (picture below taken from my Edgewater hotel room, with on the left side a view on the event location) A lot happened the past weeks, video recordings, interviews, photo shoots and a trip to Seattle the launch event. Below some pictures and links to launch resources.   The Sogeti Launch video (shown between keynote 2 and 3).   Here you can watch the ‘Modern Apps’ panel discussion and keynotes. (link)   On this blog post you can read the Sogeti VS2012 written case study.   Summer 2010 during the onsite strategic design review in Redmond the first dev11 ideas where discussed. great to see how it ... [More]

Sogeti Visual Studio 2012 case study

See below the written case study bout our early adoption work for Visual Studio 2012, Improved Application Lifecycle Management Tools Help IT Firm Speed Development. This is an embedded Microsoft Office document, powered by Office Web Apps.     The case study is also available on Microsoft.com. http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/Microsoft-Visual-Studio-Ultimate-2012/Sogeti/Improved-Application-Lifecycle-Management-Tools-Help-IT-Firm-Speed-Development/710000001361   And this is the, still relevant, 2012 case study. This is an embedded Microsoft Office document, powered by Office Web Apps.   Tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.g... [More]

September 18 IASA Netherlands Meeting

Third Tuesday in September is always a special event in The Netherlands. This time especially so since it will host the third Meetup for this year of IASA NL this time at ASML in Veldhoven. We think we have an interesting program with interesting speakers. We hope you will join us! Agenda for September 18: 16.00 - ontvangst met koffie 16.15 - welcome, IASA update 16.30 - Viktor Grgic - Agile Architecting, doing more with less 17:45 - Buffet 18:30 - ASML architecture presentation, topic yet to be announced 19:30 - Fishbowl/Open Space 20:30 - Closing and drinks 21:00 – End Aanmelden bij Meetup:

Sogeti Labs introduction Video

An introduction to SogetiLabs telling the story about this initiative connecting our technology leaders to the world. http://www.sogeti.com/SogetiLabs Tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,"script","twitter-wjs");

MTM Coded UI Test automation investment, when to use what.

All validation (test) activities cost money. So, every activity to test a system should be executed as efficient as possible (see also the ‘testing in sprint’ series on this blog). Adding automation to the execution of these validation saves execution time, which saves money. But, specifying, creating and maintaining these automation cost money. So, the hard question is where is the balance, where the break-even point of test automation. Not that easy to answer question but lets give it a try. All quadrants in the ‘Agile Testing quadrant’ have some kind of Visual Studio tool support (No automation with out tool support).   For the technology focused tests, the ROI of test automatio... [More]

Het Test Tool Event

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11. Getting Testing Done in the Sprint - The Customer Test Team

I don’t mean the acceptance test team, although many think and organize it as if it is the same. On a test conference a few weeks ago I heard the story of moving testing out of the sprint, or adding a specific test sprint after a development sprint. Both ‘worksrrounds’ I dislike, you lose the flexibility and feedback loop. It was something like the ‘IndependentParallelTesting’ story, also not my favorite solution. During the conference I posted a tweet, and got replies from Sander and Marcel. Lucky me I’m not alone (I like the last comment from Sander, the process just should support and embrace it, see: http://www.smartusecase.com.) The most clear characteristic of the customer te... [More]

Sogeti Windows 8 Metro Application Demo

cross post from: Darren W Baker This video is a compilation of Windows 8 Metro Applications that Sogeti consultants are working on world wide. Sogeti was asked to put together a small video to be played at WPC 2012 during one of the Keynotes, and we are all very excited to see our hard work on the big screen.<<read more>> Tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,"script","twitter-wjs");

Test Automation Day Deck - Agile ALM - Getting testing done in a sprint

Below my http://www.testautomationday.com/ presentation (demo’s will follow next week on my YouTube channel). Agile teams find it hard to get the testing effort in sync with the other development activities. Not only development tests are executed during sprints, all other kind of testing activities are part of done. This session will give guidance how Microsoft Visual Studio ALM tools can support agile teams. How to run sprints and get testing done in a sprint.   ALM - Getting Testing done in a Sprint View more presentations from Clemens Reijnen.   Tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.s... [More]

10. Getting Testing Done in the Sprint – the Definition of Done

Are we done? When this is unclear the team will do too less or too much. Both are bad. The Definition of Done helps to define when you are done, the same as a master test plan helps to define the test levels. A good definition of done specific for your team and project will definitely help knowing when you're ready and to get testing done in a sprint. Mainly because you know when you're done. Making a good definition of done is a trivial task and books are written about it. A good starting point are these posts: How Do We Know When We Are Done? Definition of Done: A Reference An Exercise for Defining Done for Scrum Teams What is Done? - A ... [More]

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